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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Sax 4: 5 mins

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged as a quartet for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone Saxophones. Variations, no words, about 5 minutes.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Auld Lang Syne: short: Sax Quartet

instrumentShould Auld Acquaintance be Forgot, a poem by Robert Burns which became the well known New Year's song. It is also sung at graduations,weddings, funerals, Burns suppers, and often at The Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. Quartet for 2 Alto Saxes, Tenor and Baritone Saxes.
Arrangement: Difficulty 3 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: 2 Altos, Tenor and Baritone Sax

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for saxophone quartet of Altos I and II, Tenor and Baritone saxophones.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: Sax Quartet. 2 Altos, Tenor, Bari

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. This is a higher version for 2 Alto Saxes, Tenor and Baritone.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Traditional: Shenandoah: String ensemble

instrumentShenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. For String Quartet: 3 Violins and Cello.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Strings: 5 mins

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged for 2 Violins, Viola and Cello. Variations, no words, about 5 minutes.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Auld Lang Syne: long: String Quartet

instrumentShould Auld Acquaintance be Forgot, a poem by Robert Burns which became the well known New Year's song. It is also sung at graduations,weddings, funerals, Burns suppers, and often at The Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. Variations, 3 verses, for String Quartet.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Traditional: Auld Lang Syne: short: String Quartet

instrumentShould Auld Acquaintance be Forgot, a poem by Robert Burns which became the well known New Year's song. It is also sung at graduations,weddings, funerals, Burns suppers, and often at The Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. For String Quartet, including a part for 3rd violin as alternative to viola.
Arrangement: Difficulty 3 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: 2 Violins, Viola, Cello

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for string quartet.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Mason: Nearer my God to thee: Bethany

instrumentNearer my God to thee, or Bethany: this beautiful hymn was believed to have been played by the string quartet as the Titanic sank.
Original: Difficulty 3 out of 9

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Traditional: Shenandoah: String quartet, Ab, A

instrumentShenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. Ab and A ma. For String Quartet: 2 Violins, Viola and Cello.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Shenandoah: String quartet: G ma

instrumentShenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. For String Quartet: 2 Violins, Viola and Cello. G major.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Shenandoah: String quartet: G, Ab ma

instrumentShenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. For String Quartet: 2 Violins, Viola and Cello. G and Ab major.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Traditional: Shenandoah: Tenor Sax

instrumentShenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. For Tenor Sax and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Greensleeves: Treble Recorder, Guitar

instrumentGreensleeves arranged for Treble Recorder and Guitar duo. The original music is said by some to be written by Henry VIII who was besotted by Anne Boleyn, however historians don't consider this possible, as the style of music was not introduced until after his death.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Trombone and Piano

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged for Trombone and Piano, with embellishment. About 1 minute, 40 secs.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: 4 Trombones

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. A slightly harder version arranged for 4 trombones. 1 min, 40 secs.
Arrangement: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: 4 Trombones

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged as a quartet for 4 trombones.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Trumpet and Piano

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged for Trumpet and Piano, with embellishment. About 1 minute, 40 secs.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Greensleeves: Trumpet

instrumentGreensleeves arranged for Trumpet and Piano, in the key of A minor. The original music is said by some to be written by Henry VIII who was besotted by Anne Boleyn, however historians don't consider this possible, as the style of music was not introduced until after his death.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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